Wednesday, August 06, 2014

It was a good day!

Yesterday was a pretty productive day for me and it felt wonderful! Of course, it's easy to sew a Zip & Go and two zipper pouches when all the cutting/interfacing has been done beforehand. 

This was a special request and is the second Zip & Go that I've made using this fabric combination. I really like it.

The pouches are fun to make and quick. I see lots of great ones on blogs and pinterest, but I think my fabric choices are quite different than most of those I see. That's not a good or a bad thing, it just is. I guess I would say that mine are not quite as trendy as the majority of those that I see, but I love these fabrics and combinations of fabrics.

The bright wavy-lined pouch I made a couple of weeks ago and just never got around to showing here so I included in the photo with Tuesday's pouches. I'm struggling lately to get good shots and I'm not exactly sure why. I know the lighting in my home is usually dismal, but come on... :))

I find myself wanting to keep these although I made them for my etsy shop. My husband just laughs at me when I say this. He knows I'll sell them and he thinks it's funny how we women love our bags/totes/pouches.

Take care,


Terry said...

I love the bag! And the pouches are so cute too. :0)

Vicki W said...

I have the same fabric in your first photo! It's good for my symmetry quilts.

Sharon said...

Very cute pouches! They look fun to make, I can see how you might get kind of hooked on them.

Diane J. Evans said...

I want everyone to know how absolutely GORGEOUS these Zip-and-Go bags really are. Mine just arrived, and I'm in love with it. Beautifully made with fabulous fabric choices -- I can't wait to use it. If you're a Terri Cohen fan, you simply MUST buy one of these bags -- thank you so much, Terri.